If you are looking to trade the 9-5 in an office with working as a Virtual Assistant, then you are in the right place!
My Virtual Assistant training and resource hub has everything you need to know to get set up and operational as a Virtual Assistant. From my Virtual Assistant course to my helpful Virtual Assistant blog and must-have resources, this website is a one-stop shop.
But let’s answer the question, ‘is working as a Virtual Assistant all or nothing?’
When it comes to a Virtual Assistant job, it absolutely does not have to be all or nothing!
In fact, with the online world as it is, there has never been a better time to forge multiple streams of income for yourself. No one is saying working in Virtual Assistant jobs UK has to be your full time gig!
As you may know, I started working as a Virtual Assistant for just a handful of hours a week to begin with. I was on maternity leave and it was to top up my maternity pay. I then gave up my full time job whilst I was on maternity leave. After my maternity leave finished, I returned to work in a part-time job for 17.5 hours a week at a local university. I am still in the role 7 years later. The pension, holidays and benefits are an incredible package and I enjoy the work, so I have stayed in it all this time. My Virtual Assistant job has fit in around it.
Why stop at working from home admin jobs?
If you are good at design, why not create some downloadables to sell? If you are an expert in a particular niche, why not set up an online course like I have with my Virtual Assistant course! Or perhaps you are more of a content creator or even have potential as a freelance writer. If so, you could monetise your Virtual Assistant blog!
It’s a cheesy old phrase, but the world is literally your oyster. There are more opportunities for working around families, than ever before.
Read more: How to make money from home while you sleep
The beauty of offering a Virtual Assistant service is the flexibility and so whatever the other demands on your time i.e. a part time job, children, commitment to other organisations, you can find as much or as little work as a Virtual Assistant as you like in order to fit!
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